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This course is for staff and volunteers working in all Early Years settings. During the session you will gain a basic understanding of your role in establishing a safe environment and safe working practices in protecting children and young people from harm and abuse. You will gain confidence handling concerns and disclosures, learn the signs and symptoms of abuse, gain knowledge about the legal background of child protection and discuss the multi-agency approach to safeguarding.
It is expected that delegates will refresh this training every three years.Essential Information
The role of the additional adult and key duties. Shared responsibilities within the Nursery Team – who does what? General strategies and resources for supporting a child with SEND to enable access to the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. Contributing to SEN Support Plans .Working with parents/carers and other professionals and agencies
This course will cover the context of legislation, EYFS Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements, and the Local Safeguarding Children Board procedures:
The course will enable the manager and/or safeguarding lead practitioner to develop a child protection policy and to communicate appropriately with staff and parents about the issues.
Updated safeguarding requirement September 2016 - "During term time, or when the setting is in operation, the designated safeguarding lead or an appropriately trained deputy should be available during opening hours for staff to discuss safeguarding concerns."
It is expected that delegates will refresh their training every two years.
This one day training event will be packed with theory and practical ideas to inspire and motivate your team to take the learning outdoors and will provide practitioners with a toolbox of resources to use in their settings.
Participants will be invited to get muddy and messy as they try a range of fun creative activities and by the end of the day they will have a takeaway plan and toolkit for their own setting.
As an outdoor nursery, operating from a small woodland on the outskirts of Portslade, we love to play outdoors, rain or shine. We always get asked is, ‘What do you do when it rains?’ which has inspired this training.
Since the pandemic more and more early years settings have beeen moving their provision outside and seeing the rich potential of outdoor play for learning.
At this traiing we will share exactly what we ‘do when it rains’ and share tips and advice to make the most of every outdoor space and every weather.
This informative training session addresses the questions many practitioners are discussing as they consider the challenges around assessment in the revised EYFS (launched September 2021).
This course will support you in understanding what needs to be continued, what needs to be adapted, and what can be stopped.
The course shares insights into how an effective key person moves forward in the EYFS.
Practitioners will be equipped to ensure that manageable and appropriate assessment practices are tailored to match the needs of individual children.
Settings need to retain the core EYFS focus on high quality interactions with children, whilst reducing burdensome assessment and tracking systems and tuning in to each child’s learning and well-being needs.
The aims of this course are: